About Lynlee

If you are looking to start living life and to start finding yourself, I suggest you take a step outside to the great outdoors. You have the ability to not only be useful in saving mother nature, but you also have the ability to explore her and find yourself along the way. I am a nature enthusiast who understands the importance of protecting our earth for not only ourselves, but for wild animals who don’t have any other place to go. I attend Everglades University and my major is Environmental Policy and Management. I am a food-loving hiker, who enjoys seeing nature in the lens of my camera and snapping pictures of every sunset I can get my eyes on. I am Indiana born, now living in Southwest Florida exploring the sunshine state in some not so sunny places brought on by human destruction. If I have learned anything from life, I have learned that going without friends, God and nature in your life can bring you into a dark place. I find myself more often times than not discovering who I am on a dirt trail lined with trees. I hope that my blog is an encouraging source for you and inspires you to get back to your roots to what truly makes you happy, even if that means getting your feet dirty on a muddy trail. One of my favorite quotes that I try to live by everyday is by Robert Swan, a polar explorer, environmentalist, and the first man ever to walk unsupported to both the North and South Poles,

“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”